Introduction. Native speakers know about variation in their native language (cf. Labov 2001; Giles and Powesland 1975). Knowledge of variation is part of (socio)linguistic competenceThis means that L2 learners need to acquire the following (on top of the grammatical rules of the language) to achieve native-like competence:Similar frequencies of variation as native speakersSimilar social and linguistic constraints on variationSimilar judgments on the variation they perceiveOur project inves1140
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